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A WSOP Lesson Learned: Ears Are as Important as Eyes

Matthew Pitt recalls a WSOP hand in which he learned a lesson about listening to what your opponents are saying -- and revealing -- at the tables.

Range Analysis With Alexander “Assassinato” Fitzgerald

Alexander "Assassinato" Fitzgerald talks about range analysis, the topic of his contribution to "Jonathan Little's Excelling at No-Limit Hold'em."

Justin Liberto Discusses Satellite Strategy After Shipping Main Event Seat

Justin Liberto shipped the $3K 6-Max bracelet, then won a seat into the Main Event via a satellite. He offers advice for how to succeed in satellites.

Bryan Devonshire’s Top Five Tips for Running Deep in the WSOP Main Event

Bryan Devonshire has made deep runs in past WSOP Main Events, finishing 12th in 2011 and 25th in 2014. He shares his top five tips for Main Event success.

The Second-Guessing Game: Key Decisions from WSOP Main Events (2007-2014), Pt. 2

With the 2015 World Series of Poker Main Event starting this weekend, PokerNews looks back at key hands from the previous eight WSOP Main Events.

Dispatches from the WSOP: Filling the Void; or, Three Ways to Plug Holes in Your Game

In another of his "Dispatches from the WSOP," Nate Meyvis describes three areas on which players can focus to plus holes in their no-limit hold'em games.

The Second-Guessing Game: Key Decisions from WSOP Main Events (2007-2014), Pt. 1

With the 2015 World Series of Poker Main Event starting this weekend, PokerNews looks back at key hands from the previous eight WSOP Main Events.

Standing After Betting: A Potential Poker Tell At the WSOP

What does it mean when a player stands up after making a big bet? Zachary Elwood (Reading Poker Tells, Verbal Poker Tells) closely examines this behavior.

ThePokerAcademy.com Presents Accumulating Chips vs. Survival Part III

ThePokerAcademy.com is offering free poker content straight from two-time bracelet winner Rep Porter, who's already cashed multiple times at the 2015 WSOP!

George Danzer Discusses Betting and Bluffing in Badugi

2014 World Series of Poker Player of the Year George Danzer takes a break from this year's series to talk with Remko Rinkema about Badugi strategy.

Eight Ways to Start Adding to Your Poker Skill Set Right Now

Matthew Pitt offers several options for players looking for ways to improve their games right away, many of which are free and just a few clicks away.

Dan O’Brien’s Top Five Turbo Tournament Tips

Dan O'Brien has experienced a lot of success in turbo tournaments both online and live, and he shares specific strategy advice for these fast-paced events.

Three Common Poker Ideas to Banish From Your Mind

If your thoughts are contaminated with wrong ideas, bad decisions will result. Here are three common poker ideas you should purge from your mind now.

Overcoming “Fear of Betting”: Matt Affleck on Why Players Should Bluff and Value Bet More

Poker pro and contributor to "Jonathan Little's Excelling at No-Limit Hold'em" discusses tournament strategy with Sarah Herring while at the WSOP.

Adam Friedman on Dealer’s Choice Strategy: Pick Opponents’ Weaknesses

The Dealer's Choice events at the WSOP offer 19 games from which to choose. Mixed games specialist Adam Friedman offered advice for approaching such events.

Thinking Outside the Hold’em Box: Dealer’s Choice

There are 19 variants to pick from in WSOP "Dealer's Choice" events. Ken Lo, author of "A Poker Player's Guide to Mixed Games," has advice for all of them.

Phil Galfond on Pot-Limit Omaha Tournament Strategy: Tight is Right

While pot-limit Omaha might be known as the "action game," Phil Galfond explains how a conservative approach is often a winning one in PLO tournaments.

Hold’em with Holloway, Vol. 34: Esfandiari Explains How to Recover from Bad Beats

In latest Hold'em with Holloway, PokerNews' Chad Holloway talks to Antonio Esfandiari about how to recover from bad beats in tournament poker.

When a Pair Falls on the Flop: Fire Away or Control the Pot?

A pair falls on the flop once every six times in hold'em. How do you typically respond after missing such a flop -- turn up the aggression or play it tight?

What’s the Hurry? Recognizing Room for Play When Deep-Stacked

A heads-up tournament hand illustrates the importance of recognizing when deep stacks allow for more postflop play.

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